- PPP will start election campaign soon, Bilawal announced.
- Says want to give up politics of hatred, division and abuse.
- “Old politicians are stuck in the past, they don’t think about the future.”
As the parties go into election mode, Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari lamented on traditional politics, terming it the country’s biggest enemy and stressed the need to introduce “new politics”. . geo news Information was given on Friday.
Speaking at a workers’ conference in Mardan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Bilawal termed traditional politics as Pakistan’s biggest enemy and said: “We need it.” [embark] on a new political [direction and strategy] Which will help us overcome the problems faced by the country.”
He said, ‘Veteran politicians neither think about the present nor about the future. [as] They are still stuck in the past. We want to leave behind the politics of division, hatred and abuse [as part of] traditional politics continues [past] 70 years.”
Talking about modern politics and its benefits, the PPP leader said: “We have to be the voice of the ‘new politics’ […] We think about the present and the future and not about the past.”
“Politicians who joined the “Mehangai League” [inflation party] will no longer be eligible for election [due to their decision]Bilawal said, referring to the visit of former ally Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz supremo Nawaz Sharif to Quetta, which was attended by more than 30 prominent political organizations from Balochistan Awami Party, National Party, Balochistan National Party, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and others. . PML-N’s position ahead of the upcoming general elections to be held on February 8 next year…
This is not the first time that the PPP president has taken a dig at the PML-N and the party’s potential prime ministerial candidate Nawaz without naming anyone.
A day earlier, speaking in Abbottabad, he had stressed the need for new leadership and new politics to overcome the various crises the country is facing.
Nawaz, who returned to Pakistan in October after ending a four-year self-imposed exile, faces an uncertain future regarding his potential participation in the election due to legal issues – as he was disqualified from holding public office.
Responding to criticism of the party’s slogan and manifesto, the politician said it is often said that these are old and tired slogans and the PPP should rely on something new.
“Today the country is suffering from historic levels of inflation, poverty and unemployment due to the prevailing economic turmoil,” he said. He said, “Our competition is with inflation, unemployment and poverty. We have to take the country forward.” [into the future] in a new [and reformed] way.
“The country is still suffering [exuberantly high] inflation and unemployment […] And hence our slogan [and manifesto] Will remain unchanged.
Our slogan and manifesto will be successful on 8th February [and] Next Prime Minister and Chief Minister [of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa] It will be ours too.”
Announcing that the party would launch its election campaign “soon”, the former minister said: “Everyone can see that the PPP will win the upcoming elections.”